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Bobby Knight

communication, problem solving and decision making. While Knight borrows aspects of leadership from a few theoretical approaches ...

So It Goes: Vonnegut and Death

one critic notes it does not matter if many are killed or one very close personal individual was killed, the truth was that "so it...

Managing Change; The Chemical Industry

be effect the change must be permanent (McCallum, 1997). For a chemical manufacturing plant there have been numerous change...

Habermas: Universality Of Linguistic Understanding

and aesthetic projects of resistance and revolution, recooperation and universalism all played an integral role within the ultimat...

Self-Esteem and Learning

These observations naturally give rise to questions about whether or not Wiesenfeld is correct and the attitudes of these students...

Statistics and the Chesapeake

the answer was colonization (Wheeler and Becker). In addition to deporting the undesirable members of society, Hakluyt also sugges...

Postmodernism in Slaughterhouse-Five

the painter to paint the picture (time of production), the time required to look at and understand the work (time of consumption) ...

Literary Devices in Slaughterhouse-Five

which has a definable beginning, a middle, and an end" (Forrest). Not only that, but the initial scene of the book sets reveals ...

Changing Image and Preparing a Presentation

However, no matter what level of marketing takes place, the message will only remain in place and become the new associations if t...

Vonnegut: "Cat's Cradle"

was a POW in WWII and went through the firebombing of Dresden (an experience that plays out in his books repeatedly) (Priest). Wi...

“Harrison Bergeron”

bursts" (Vonnegut, 1961). George, her husband, was brilliant and as such represented a threat to the status quo and so he was forc...

Starbuck's; What Can They Learn From Other Companies?

egg shells along with cappuccino. The company faced problems as the core products remains and the identity of McDonalds was firmly...

EMI Case Study

change, he has the power and the commitment to drive forward change; however he cannot do it on his own. However, is should be not...

The Message in Slaughterhouse-Five

him otherwise it would seem as he is tossed from one time period to another, from one culture to another, even being abducted by a...

Organizational Changes; Analysis and Implementation

change is when they are both used in conjunction with each other. Theory E takes the hard approach; this is the task orientated ...

Religion and Death in A Farewell to Arms and Slaughterhouse-Five

a sense of belief and stability. However, one is never really sure if the priest is really that devoted due to the general nature ...

Slaughterhouse Five Analysis

of nearly every day of his childhood" (38). The fact that the crucifix depicts a dead Jesus is significant because it represents ...

War in Literature

In four pages this paper contrast and compares how war is depicted in Catch 22 by Joseph Heller and Slaughterhouse Five by Kurt Vo...

Nursing Research and its Significance

In seven pages this paper discusses the importance of nursing research for a clear understanding of methodology and ever changing ...

Kurt Vonnegut's Slaughterhouse Five from a Historical Context

In seven pages this 1968 novel by Kurt Vonnegut is examined from an historical perspective. Six sources are cited in the bibliogr...

Microsoft Word and Gestalt Perception

the fact that being tuned into these elements helps an individual to tap into ones intrinsic sense of consciousness. "... some sc...

What it Takes to Change

5 pages and 2 sources. This paper provides an overview of what it might take to change the future and improve a life. Though man...

Literary Satire

In 5 pages literary satire through history is examined in a discussion of Lysistrata by Aristophanes, As You Like It by William Sh...

Art Concepts of Kitch and Avant-Garde

also set the price tag on their works. Vast sums of public and private money have since changed hands to stock American houses and...

Apocalyptic Writing

This 5 page paper argues that Cat's Cradle by Kurt Vonnegut and Lord of the Files by William Golding are examples of apocalyptic w...

Conflict and Captain Benjamin Willard and Colonel Walter Kurtz in Apocalypse Now

This 8 page essay explores the conflict that characterizes the relationship between Willard and Kurt in Francis Ford Coppolas movi...

Company Earnings and Dividends

In nine pages this paper examines how dividends can be studied in order to understand a company's present and future earnings with...

Trafamadore and Billy Pilgrim

In three pages this fictitious autobiographical essay from Billy's perspective explores his zoo experience featuring the circulari...

Sociology and Cat's Cradle by Kurt Vonnegut

In fifteen pages this paper examines this novel by Kurt Vonnegut from a sociological perspective. Five sources are cited in the b...

Social Responsibility in Cat's Cradle by Kurt Vonnegut

In fifteen pages this paper discusses the sociological aspects of Kurt Vonnegut's science fiction novel. Two sources are cited in...